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I J nit y t f + lidI- I II IIITIT T ii J tijti iH i 0 Lt 4 New Series Voli K No 46 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON CtQtTNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 13 1902 rrY lI 00 i YEA 1 IoJ4 t IAMSALMERSI n J I f l r ftkaiklj of Fawral JL V HONE t Wit DIRECTORY r JUKQFIllLD coii ty seat of JfasUafftoa Cwaty 51 aiUss ohIwt 1 4exlteL S9 Ues tttvUlf ate Itew knuick oi jserUeand STashvllle railrbad in ifirmi aM sjrrkKltmral tetrict l8 IkStt1tZZk and te1epon IiisxpceuMce liWr 1I1g1eif iPf tatioB 1100 f sty 1SUN H etaUve in Congress Hon D pi iI ith Ho4enVI11e Ityt II IfKIMtatie jaetitMck Legi s tlK AD01It7 Rfcmtative in State Senate Hon j4 Piryar eapH11cv111e Xy t IIty Dlnctrj tr CIRCUIT COURT iClrcHltCo rt giu Sn the fourth Ue dav la Febuavy May and Octo wr c4 f c C Patte3adgC W WSweeHe7ComaIPflItt M ic eItaJ1l Olerk ctsi AjMedley Master Cbttmiss 5 UAlftERL y CQUR1 Quacterly Cot is held on iW third j Lday1neaCkWoflh t tys I LUsey Judge B COUNTY COURT i out7 Court i ceion thefomrth 3 0 4oB4ay In each muth l L L L1tcy3ua W F Booker County Clerk T 8 Majcs CoHaty Attorney 1Geocge Catl tt Jaaer Jlyroa Croke Sheriff U ij tiafJ1 344ueyOsborneis A XJI Muilican I1eputies t CountyJegFMG0re r 3Ro7lty Aaespr T pOikvas Dcpt4i = jJ Mtt Nture1tJ 31 Montgo ry Coroner t I t- lAcrwJ iiT 3auLJocJ01IC Judge Joka Grace Marshal wSjt JUSTIP Uji 0 5I tlC CoirA are held in January j1fl3ii1yadOctober JII iLll a iCl 11IfCk DIrect1yt s1 BATIST CIURCH I 1 prItJ19tregul r Pattol SerT SJwieverr Sunday at II amand730- PSS au4y School at 830 Prayer Ii Ms8tiarb WedBe laT aigktat730 o iTDisTCUtJRCUt I I tD Ward Pastor Services 4ri ik U a JI and7O pni San I t 7UCY Saaday atlp mt l rmyee HUBg every Wednesday o 1it tj4 T tJ HURCH Of h1t tttiinJF Haae1y Paitor Ser y yecythiedaytsd 10 9lQCIt o is rices at St Rose saaie hoars t ttJ SS ti CQISTlAN cHURCH 1 vtI Fit Patter Services r1 1n cachfoUtk Sunday V J tFt pDsmYTzRI41i oinrncE t Mr1kJBd pastori g JI1 L 1Iterr fi4y at 11a1ILf p l My 1eVet 1 t Prayer Mta al ft I IIuIPJrnl4 y Jt7octockF Jrb Pt IOrters 2r JI to 7 r g eldlO dcf 59jiettt sscs Mouday liveach 1 ttlu t Jt 0 Chapter NO1 tiig Monday- rr CunciLao2 ineetsbI- i i eeiIiMeaySi A I kx 4tfbJc lCA u4ecta ye ytsrtWeJtedaY Iaeaclt month JSLe zd1i TDI TABLE1 il titit ISff y Mgk14LYi1-ygIaBobr47ll4it trsabM- U W ew MiVT1uiI- f 5J 1Mwa- plemsk 44IIII ii DvWIIILa 7 4 E 11 r AROUND 5 55Mit r lG 1IZifrl IIIIt rJJ lMlii Smmiier Uader the broad aitIngaun rays Between the tenter of golden corn I IUponaworJdofthlsgsforlom I The touch of Wi softt spelt Pale ghost of unf orgotUn June Decked oat in robes of newborn fire Ito sentinels the son and moon The dayIts temple of desire The night axmagio couch Like thit enchantress wio cornea Dlesembliag To live again loves midst along breathing lifes haCkIitI Remembered youth lights up the gloom That dwells in our sad hearts C B OHABA WiUIamstown Kv Oct 28 19fli JRDURYThe Democrati c committee met on last Sat urday and settled the matter of best how to nominate candidates for DWashiogton county offices for the November election next year The committee made a kiuU of compromise between those favoring an early andI those favoring a late primary or convention and set the time for Saturday preceding CountyCourt day in next February A reg ular primary election will lbe called provided otcourse that there be more than one candidate for each office Qy a regular primary is meant one held accor ding to the election law The last Kentucky llegislature as can be said to its credit did away with the walking or houseto house primary by disclaring such a method of chOO9lngcan didates illegal The regular primary which calls for the lug of the polls and for election officers etc is a much moiex- pensive affair but it all goes in tha strenuous life of the Wliti own and he who would aspire tq office must make up his mind t kisj urse strings 6 ijr pYOn Friday Oct Hte children of the late Anthony and Ann Garland Rice McElroy had a family re nnjon at the home of one of their members Mr A 0 McElroy liichwasi of a very interesting i character to those present f the the children all were prest nt except Mt W TMcEfraYIII who was represented by his wife i1is was rather a remarkable meeting following the golden anniversary of one of the mem bers and on the eve of another he ages of the ten were from 54 f977an average of about 67 l The least that was prepared was f a royal order and made glad hearts ofjbhose that sat down o it Oneof the most interest andpleasant features of thec occasion was a cut glass at each plate wiljh the nat and dateii marrirge handsou Iy engrav ed and 150 in gold the present 6t Mr and Mrs Hugn L Me Elroy After spending an hourI social intercourse aronnd thej bOard with hearts full of grati ti le a vote of thanks were given Mrand Mrs Hugh L McElroy Mr and MrsA C McElroy Col JJ Irvin McElroy and Miss Bet ie Irvin are two QSSANDIDATEsThee filledt the regular electiou in thisI county next year but strange to relate up to the present writing there is only one announced as pirant for one of the offices andS no one at all has yet offered the other honor However theres tithe yet and to spare and it ma be safely predicted that before many more moons have rolled around there will be candidates galore The two offices to be filled and the onlyi two for Washington county arej the office of Circuit Court Clerk and that of Representative in the Legislature For the former place we hav MiG F Bosley announced for the Democratic nomiaation while it the presentS writing no one has 0 pirtd for the other honor While these are the only county oficee to be filled next yeaS there promises to be no lack ol tekction excitement A circuit judge and a coaimokwealths atn tocney for this judicial districti are robe choMn and to judger Iron the nUmber of Democratic cndid td already in the field F the scramble for tIp honor ofi carrying the Democratic banner promises to be a lively one Washington county may put up- I a candidate for one bl the offices provided there is noughroom left on the track after Marion county gets through putting out entries as it is sad there ar Stalreadyfrom that district with more to hear from 1ro SHOWS What has be- comec of all the shows minstrels lectures and sofortl1 ghich should come to Spring tfeld but alas do but pass us by P The local public we venture to say is hungry for a show of some kind and it get ms a pity that the doors of the fine new operahouse should remain so persistently closed wheti the people arejjready an anxious to Lspend their money on the first thing in the amusement line t at comes along There is a good minstrel company 0n the road near by It is booked for Leba non and also for Batdstown but Springfield it seems for some reason has been passed up SWhyisthisthtis ffUNTING SEASON The open season for quail shootingj begins on Saturday the 15th and hunters are preparing get into 7the fields early and stay late It is said however that if armors are preparing to draw the lines a lit 11tIe tighter this season and will protest against so much pre miscuous shooting According to law every mans land isposted nottnecessary The farmers claim tareentirclyotoo careless with theIr shooting and as a consequenc somet1m tksuffers from gunshot VU1 liparthig unknown as the irrunr vomuV say Some farmers liiso put upf the argument that game on their farms is as much their own rop erty as any other live tlr and i if he be anything of a sportsman himself he will doubtless prefer o reserve the game fpr his own private benefit and on this point the farmer is more than half right Disastrous WreckcCarelessness is responsible lort manY a railway wreckj and the same causes are making human wrecks or throat and lung truub leseBut since the discovery of I Dr KinKs New Dlscjivery for consumption Coughs and Colds even the wrst cases can bec cured and hopeless resignation is no longer necessary Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorchester Masse is one of many whosO lifejras saved by Dr Kings New Discovery This kranci remedy is guaranteed tor all throat and lung diseases by 0 J Haydon Druggist Price 25c tOc and 1CO Triai boule free White Cream Vermifuge remove t the unhealthy tissue on which worms thrive it brings and quicky a healthI condition of ludy where Worms can not exist Price 25 ceiiti at C J flaydonsS FIrm for Sale Containing 174 25J acres in I onehalf mile fruin Bojtland on a good turnpike iioifd small 2 story buck honsp uittii four eocdI room two hulls and lrge cellar good new burt ansi other out buildiuus Auput 6Oj acres of timber with about IQOOOQ feet of good wh te oak Pleuty of good spring watei aliorer farm about 20 aur s in orchard of all knds of fril part o1 which is bearing Th is One of the bEstS grain nUt ttwik farms Ifl neigh borhood Reason for selling going to Oil ihoma Price 4500 one third cash balance on seven ye POSTER 86 4t BolUnd KICirHf Piles inir iyerti Mr 0Haneyof GeneW Obis had the piles fdrSOyearB Doctor and dot et1J trould do him no lasting good DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured hini permanently Invaluable fo cuts burns bruises sprains eczema 1Il other skin diseases Lo k for the name DeWitt oathe package All otntts are cheap wotthlesk concerns 0 JHaydon r koHIOre ewe 8il Crop of otaiis Probably the largest crop of bean ever seert in Nelson or ad noining counties vas growii this year by Mr X P Comstock on the NichoUs farm belonging to the Lancaster estate Mr Com stock had about twelve acjpes in raiSedIabout three hundred says that with the exception of thrrshing beans arena harder to cultivate thancorn and at thee price they are now selling the profits are greater The ordi naay threshing machines cut thet beans to pieces while separating them from thhullsand in order to avoid this Mr Comstock has had to resort to methods employ ed in threshing several years ago A rail pen was bui1tJtJl heightofabout eight feet and covered with rails About a foot uuder this covering is place4 sieve with perfdrations larg enough for the beans to pass through On top of the r ils which cover the pen the bean vines are placed and beaten with clubs until the beans shatterj pntj and pass through the siege They are tJjen run throug wheat fan and tharoughly clean ed On these twelve ac as Mr Comstock planted eight bushels of beans for which he paidia bushel1 fieans are now quotedi1 on the Louisville market at 260 per bushel and if Mr ComstOck crop yields what it he thinks jti will he can sell it for something like 809 or 6685i per acre The land upon which the beans ere grown will it iis said aver age about forty bushels to tb acrerNelson Record will lay estimate A remarkable case comes tq light at Eiizabetn W Va An old man there by the name off W G Roberts has long suffered wltjj incurable cander Every biodV believed his case hopeless until he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklens Arnic Salve The treatment curedI him completely Now everybody twho knows of it is investigoUng Electric Bitters IL exerts a mT irtfjrpovre to expel bifillness Kidney and Liver troubles and its ti powerful tonic fr rundown systems Dont fail to try it Onlv 50 cents Satisfaction guaranteed lby CJ Haydon iiiiois Moieits i Some ot the jnost anxious moments of a mothers life are those when the little ones of the household have the roup There is no other medicine so effective in this terrible malady as FolevsHouey amid Tar Itls a household favorite for throat and lung troubles and as it contains no opiates and other poisqns it ean be aleJyI given Sold by Wood A Campbell Herbine sweetens the breath1 brightens the eyes and clears theI complexion without the HgJltast lUl effects whatever and easures the uat ural bloom of health Price clt o Jd by Lfliaydo- nSame Genus Homo Every newspaper man has at some time or o her in his business experiences met the man who takes more papers than he can fead says the Lcona Ledger He wiped his nose on the awning paid 25 cents for an almanac bought a cake of 10 cent soap for which be paid half a dollar put a nickle in ihe slot machine at the post office and kicked because tthe mail did not appear watched the clock sign in front of the jewelry and repair stroe for thirty minutes waiting for it to strike still betakes more papers than be can read We think heSbes Notice The St Rose farm is Posted according to law and all hunters end othor trespassers ire notified to stay otTo BROTHER ANTHONY Manager He CoaW Hardy Get Up PHD ffTOf Ashley Ill writeS Thisistcfcertify that I have taken two bottles of Foleys Kidney Cure and it has helped me more than any other medicine 1 tried many adviertiied medicines but none of therngavenieS any relief My druggist recorame ed Koleys Kidney Cure and it cured me Before eommenclngit 1 was Ja- such a shape that I could hardly get no when once down Sold by Wood Campbell SalcJimfii Wanted TolookaMir i Mr 6ts Washington and adjacent ties Salary or IJliMoni Address thajAHYMe Qm Co C r Dcl Ohio ATRIOkEYYRS- tHe Met tie Mai WlwiuNc tk ilt Ii t tHHKIlI =This strange story was tele granhedi from riarrodsburg to Sunday1 CinciuVati Enquirer iCln Johta Morgans first fight atl liebanoti in 1862 Uacksnu Collins a federal soldier and a Conleder Me a big sixfooter unexpectedly ran upon each other A duel with revolvers at close range fol lowed atid the Confederate top pled over his pistol falling from his grasp as he ank Collint fought pn through the war be lieving that hei had killed his man On this account he hat always tteen morose and has Ire quently said that he would give all his earthly possessions which J are considerable if he could blot the occjarance from memory Last Wednesday Collins was in the northern end of Washingtpn i county buying cattle andjstooped lat the h0me of Clark Epsom I trader ind farmer to look at some stock Epson was out oq the farm and Collins took a seat to await his return When Ep aom entered the room Collins S arose turned pale and came near faibtiog He then grabbed Epsom and begaa to embrace him ani to weep saying You are thai man 1 thought Ihad slain at Lebanon Explanation followe4 d sure enpngh Ep som proveti to be thte Conf der ate whom Collins thought e had killed 40 years ago Epsona told ntm it was a close call Hf0 opened his shjrt and showed him the scars of the wounds one oj the balls having entered near thte right nipple aqd passed througlih the body The other is still him He hovered for months b tween llife and death but ttnallj y pulled through although tI let surgeons who Attended him i 1the time said there was no po 7sible chance for hm The tw men had enlisted in the respect ive armies from Washingtoi ounty and Sh1CE thrhiv- ed within 20 miles ot each other butl happened not to meet until Wednesday It is said that Collins health and mods have wonderfully changed for the bet ter since llearning that the man Whom he Supposedhe had killed is in the lland of the living i FOlktUlS TlStllODT J N Patterson night policeman of Nashua la writes Iast winter I had a bad c id on my lungs and tried atleuta dozen advertised cough medicines und had treatment from two physjctans without getting any benefit At friend recbmmeded Fdleys Honey and iTar and two thirde of one bottle cure4 me I consider it the gretaest cough and llung medtciue In the world Sold by Wood it Camp beU Foleys Honey andTar always stops the cough and heals the lungs Re fuse substitutes Sold by Wood and Cambpell Never try to coax a cough or a cold Use the remedy that urifailingly cou quera botb Ballards Horchonnd Syrup is th great specific for all the throat ahd lung troubles Price 25 and cen is Sold at Hayden EtlMcattr Deal rofJji A Timmpns ono of the best knpwn educators in the State died at his home in Leb onon on Wednesday morning last He was advanced in years and since the death of his wife at few yearsago his health has not been good For many years he had been professor of Math ematics at St Marys College bnt his name as a mathematitionwas Dark Hair I asVe wed Ayers HaiTVIr foes trestpany years and sil HP laI pasteigktyyesrs of aceyetI have not a ntbalrln fbesd t qeeYeUotti Tewson Md a clacanraJltbt rIch darkcolor your hair used to have Ints gray now no matter for Ayers Hair Vigor always re- stOre color to gray hair Sometimes makes the halt grow Very heavy and Io0ftand It stops falling of the ba rtoo KSIa MM rJP a s5L I 1 45 5 5L555 known over the United Slates and he is reported to have done work in emergencies forthe U S Governments His memory was remarkable After making use of a text book in class work for a year or two he could not only quote any passage in it but even ref r to the page onwhihsuch passage was found A daughter and two sons Survive him and a hostof friendsdeplere his death A RuNaway B cycle Terminated with an uglycutt oh tha leg ot J B Oroer FranK- lIn Grove IllIt developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding to doc lhenilBucklenIts just as good for Burns Plies Scalds arid Skm Eruptions 25cj cents atHaydonsdrug store- I Tiaabglflag DIner Heavy eating is usually the first cause of indigestion Kepeated at tacks weaken the mucous membrane lining the stomach exooses the ncr yes of thcstomach producing a swellf log after catlap keanbnrn headache sour risluKS and finally catarrh of the athch Kodol relieves then Ii flamation and protects the nerves and cures tne catarrh Kodol cures indi gestion dysoepsta stomach troubles by cleansing ard sweetening tb glands of the stomach C J Haydon A SWci lit rsc A German who lost his horse published the following Run away are stolen or vas jstrayedi Mine large Plak horse about 18 legsiftwo benintand two before he i plak oil oyer body put hewas got some vite spots pon his pac vere de skin was rub off But f greased em and the vite spots isi all plack again He trods and canters and sometimes he valksJj 0all of his legs and feet goes vu f after another He hawtwo ears onnishead t Rows Tiisi ar sWe ofltr One Hundred Dollars R rwariJ foi amy case of Catoirh that cam not w 0e01 ed by Halls Catarrh Cue KJENEY A O Prnps Toledo Oatbrfh We the undersigned have known F J Choosy for the last 15 years and be Ii vQnorablemali bu Iness transactions and 4 JJ1 i to carry out any obligation made by their fIrm WEST A TTUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo WAtDiwa RINNAN It MARVIN Wholesale DrugIst8Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood andQuiI coug surfaces of the system Prlcft 75o per bottle Testimonials tent free Bold byollDruggists Halls family PUll arc the best FlysIeUis Prescribe ItIMany broad minded physician prt scribe Fpleys Hohey and Tar as they Have neverfound so safe and reliable a remedy for throat and and lung troubles as this great medicine Sold by Wood Campbell OldAn Couple The oldest married couple in Kentucky was broken by death l oru October 80 when Uncle Pleas Scott died at his home near East View Uncle Picas was D8 and i his wife who is still living is 99 Last June this ancient couple celebrated the79th anniversary of their marriage Such events are unusual Mr Scott up talia short time before his death when he was injured by a fall was able to do all of bis farm work andll at 37 was able to do a good days plowingHe bad what is nownc as his second sight and could read a newspaper without the use of glasses He and his wifeI a short time before his death were united to the Baptist church by baptism Mrs Scott is1 a Jef fries and w sbornand raised j in Hardin county She iis a re markably preserved woman and jis ble now in spite of her advan cod age to do own housework Etown News bast Notice Te Taxpayers of Washinion County Your Taxes for 1902 ire Due Penalty goes on December 1st 1902 and if your taxes are not paid before tkat date your prop erty will be subject to levy and sale See Section No 4148 Ky Statutes I am compelled to settle in full on December Ut 1902 with the state and on Jatir uary let 1903 with the county I am not able 10 advance the money to pay your ttns if you force 8to advertise and sell your prop fty yott can all1e yourselves ard not me I have fair r 1IJ Sherif ot Wi hiBjioii CtmaijV PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE Washington County Land As lIiDi Is tra tor wii tjr iIh e will annexed of Plbtcher Wilson Ewiij on Tjcsiay NoveMber 18 11O2 thell7the7 Wilson at the tiraejof his death situated on Cartrlgnts Creek on Springfield and Lebanon turn- pIke 4 miles from Springfield and flveViles from Lebanon d known as thePeter Brown farm In the whole farm there are 365 Acres roodffand 25 poles It wilt be offered firstas a whole and then in two tracts The ifrtt tract contains 207 acres apd thesecond tract r contams158 acres 3 tooth and 25 poles With the firstI tract there will befrom1 45 to 50 acres of rich Cartright Creole bottomland With the second I tract therewill be from fiVto 75 acresotthisbottethn a One the first tract there is a gpod brick resdence with all neces sarv outbuildings On thefecondIr tract there lara two residences with alt necessary outbuildings Taken as a holtt or in sepa rate tracts thereis hardly a fie r farm in Washington cqunjtyV Cartrgt1tsCreek and on the best turnpike nhinksborta SprlngJleldII or and will grow anything that any land in Washing ton county will growv laudnwill be sold on the following InballdJsioni will be given and there mainder in ttiree eo ual instal ments due and payable in one tWOu and three years bjftrijqif in terest from January 119O3aa1 interest to be due and payable I annually until the Apurchtsi s price Is atlafied L twith a stipulation W theeff cti that if any installment inter estor principal ISript paid at 5 maturity the wbole f the theni unpaid purchase money and in teredt immediately becomes due and payable and the payment ofn all of same to be secured by lien i retained uponthe land The purchaser or purchasers will be l required to gIve bond with approved security on The dater ftsale lor the performance of hisii contract January 1J9Q3 and on maklogihpurchasew price and exeputnsr notes forIthe remainder as before set tIbis personal sacurjty villbe 1e4w leased For further informa c tion call on oraddress C At WILSO Admin istratpr with will annexed of Fletcher Wilson Lebanon htSpr ngfle1JitKYi21J Mr Eel Smith Deadhj Mr Ed Smith of Washington h ytrdiedriflaw Mr John McDoner of this county Friday morning of dropsy qf the heart The burial Will take place at St Josephs cemetery at this place Sfctur J day morning at 8 ojclockj M tt tbist ill Mr Smith wawjdeIykpown in Wabiitot couat anclins fmany friends jwjlt Jeai ofmlS i death with sorrow Nelson s RecoiL t OirMlHtft CHJI Cin lIsl gives quick relief Cures Coughs colds c bap bronchitis whoopTBg congh pneamouia asthma Lftgrippe troplestrude IBFenner Muncie IndSasHi traded a sevete cough I faIledrap ply lost 48 Ibs My df nfcgitf tecom I mended One AlimteCpiijflicture rltcf Aera11cweight 1S8 Vands One HCittntcCpvtrK Curt cat 1the pkkgra feli Yt the coragh drawl IU1iiaaitetio aaft care cro p A i4ilredyN rr children C J Hajdmn r tIWay Csbegt M tVUUMa s d tWo na alid I oamn m 1aiiaoa1Db- yDWOafleinghaOI Hlaton w Va They ware foundin s jiTHWDLMjg i ROYAlY II r ftiiiIiII il raplSH v tenti about three iiisa from Lebanon Junction in Eardim ri co ntlon the bknk of ifcf Rolling Fork They claimed to be basket makers and were living by selling baskets and hm tiag and fishing Thywer6 brovgat here and iodged in jail to Wi the comthgof the West TirgimSia- I Virginia officers It jiatK stood the men are charged with robbery and that their JHHae are WhittakeratidBowMam The West Virginia oafetrs get here Wednesday with a rtwfci tion and took charge of WhiM ker Bowman who ayes lit to from Carter county wa tnyr t4 loose as was the wowaji irtittt name is Lottie BJ It MeMt that Whittakeriivdliroottttrs were arrested in WSIV1rgii1a J about six years ago lor highway robbery Before the trial VMM on they escaped from jjU al the woman Lottie BVM i k thought to have BHffWi itii 1 the tools used in bree kraU The other two laeti were cap tured at once tried aa4 JHB tenced to veyearaia tip peal tentiary but WhitttStcM oteA t ed in evading tbe ooer witil last Monday a abxavt eVftoUti IBullittJ lci r4 fIII d1as peoplekre euIcltl iMdtIQt froiladigestiem dppssia Wi ione single bottle of Msrtii e Ngl bring about s prompt aVt fsiMasisai 3 Afewdoses will Aoaoi iet- a 1 weak 8to9ftiiNktham a re1rieeftanrse of any otherIo cents at Haydoas drug store There is no cough cdkea pep ular as FoleysHoaey and Tat It contains no opiates or ysista Wever fails to curs Sold by WeA Campbell i x Harrodsburi Copt Day astMonIaywHfw1ly spto average ao far M tie cirowd in town and mercantile basis transacted iis concerMcl but tbf quantity of stock OB the Biarket as not large and price ptnr ot so good as on laet court 4yA he auctioneers agreeaihattbtrt asqiteaeClieIflil1rMSLUIean4itt Captain DiamoB B tally re ported his wle forte UOaU follows There were tllIOead of cattle onthe swrlw WMl were adrag Sold oMbwub of 2 year oldsteers at MX a ead six milch cows 18 to flOft eaden horaea 125 to M fer eadtenbuggies1Oto1Goe j wagon 450 six mtOMfOO irJto 85 per head Make war tbe nly stock that field tbek own in theirftTprvrfeei I Auctikmeer McGinawreporled L 250 head of cattle oa deck 8 M ir r en ldofSOO powd cs4Us M it 875 per cwt 26 head p 1lt1i about 700 pot ave t mM fehSgood gxwlte at III vtfe jjI tbirew21bMi JOO4pMefll tee a 700 poaixi at 28 per bead two weaji r isleer eehree pa eI1Iihor j r than usual for alla eefe foet or offered Deowcret T tffl If Oy lklsaw J YWisoimda Qsr Ilfbrpron oa w ayers a d bill Jti WIT ADA Kl 5U7 Nks M rdisbs j I 4 mrs 1O W a p 4L- w THE NEWSLEADER PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ftl AYCAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD JkY Jlt I ALISON Jr tf 1 FRAxD3L1zREJ IJa or binta s notices 10 cents per taehsuNscqnent insertion Cils ou candidates and poUtical matter- 8ll1slI V fiifl1Ik HJoaftat low rates bUt cash aatetbc f ildo d nvcry of goods U1rt g n cS l lbera- lIFa k L 4tusraaa4o1utIons of wspect3 iItBta rAs rMBNTSiMagistrates 1350CcY f n utyQmcerst 500 JaLrirtOmces2 i KOO 1 UMDoYEME13S U02 it Wo are aatlferited to aiuiburice the Meif IIE FloSLEi a Rca4ide for the office of Clerk 6f ffaeWabIaifldtf Circuit Court M j ic 3fr actJoii of the Domo ratIcarLy T Although the great anthracite czIstrike is settled so far as the resuming of work is concern e4 there rs likely to be trouble iiSettlidg the various questions before the rbit atorsA cli j y patch says the Ahthiaclte Coal- StrikGonrnnssion made public the reply of George F Baer pr side Qfthe Beading Coal Cijmpanyto o the charges oMir- i John Mitchell president of the XJoited fIDe v9rkers Mr Baor says the demands of the miners ra arbitrary anaand he ddares the situation ih the an tfcr cite coal region at considerable length from the operators standpoint tt Smallpox iin Kentucky it seemswill not down There are ubourtnirty cases at Lexington ali under qnaruntine or in the posthouse The Jisease is of a nifuro and no deaths have been reported Application was made Tues day itiPittsburg for bail for Dr Elij Duncan and it is believed thii he will be released tomorrow on 5000 bond Bruce Heads pliysicidn is said to have certified Jthat he is put of dang 4 President Roosevelt will be 19 4fiz SLouisville this week but onlyi 0 t t1g enough to sw1tcii his trau1 iSiSand wilinot expect any ovauon 4 A Cildor Thanks AV desire to thank the goodi pBQptei of Springfield and our many friends for their expres t nsor sympathy and man kind acts and words of condo lace extended to us in Qui JSreat b rpav ment the loss I o t I beloved son1Ou Mr udMr1 G Manstb1d 1 4 Notice to Taxpayers Uptice iik hereby given to all pei nsawjngrlaxesto the Town vblSp1ngBeld that tIn penalty on all unpaid f taxes goes on December 1st and those in ur rears shoujd pajup and save 11r costal 0 L PRICE J l Col1cc0 r T liV airy 4Ct1Vi1enian Soc Lfta iniiTewjelersi ef J ulviuehaJ i vSff f Sit gotten out a new catalogue enbi cingr everything in thj Jo dry line If you want a hind ln5r article suitable for ia C rstniaBpresent at most reason afr price sprite tr a catalogue ffiV larketSt Louisville Ky i 1 i r FuiaLI resi cutsor wqniidieithpc on tiieSmiJiaii siioject oron animats 5U4rd5 3iJIwLinementi is excellent tlillcijfpr cornbusHtirs sprained 4 tfrl8f barb wire cuts and sores 90i working horace it cannot be too TtlyeotitnieUded Price 25audo cuti Sold by C I Jjaydon t 1baksgiy1 I DIirr aIravy catiVfp jsTv usually the flrjst ir atflti 1iigthe Rtonach exooss the nec- TM f hiesloniacht producing a swejl- iriff aiKsr caliutr heartburn headache soar ristups and finally catarrh ibi the Howhcli Kodol rellcyes the in S itron and prdtcctSHhe nerves t tiecatarrh Kddol cUr andS tF rttfm dysoepaia stomach troublps- bx55c l ttinJaldeetcuil1g the glaaaf of tfae stomach CJHaydi F aUraya KfejfkiutyandTar 1 f tJteluIWiSbeS iEt d ItIuiigIWoot dIl J1 trr t t if = r r gii JiUIilli fflan5i es M wKwa iiHHH e tW iiU W i lt 1 H News From Thje County ti m elelI Psopleb ffL Reported byf our Corr isptndenfsV m to6SGN14RY l It hasbeen quitea while since we haveV seen any iews frOIIlJ this place so wIll send in afewj itemS The lath of the late Wm IJogsdon i to be sold the 24th of this month John Harmon of this place basi moved to his farn near Penwick Our merchant Mr Lee Riatt is doing a thriving business Mr JT Barmon apoV wife were called lto Aliceton Boyle hiIi We were sotIt to learn of the death of Mr Elias Brown of yourtown who was well known and highly esteemed by the people of this community Miss Annie Welqh of Shaker town has been visiting her sister Mrs Bob Graves near this place A painful and almost fatal ac cident happened to Mr Joe Foster while at work on his saw mill near this place last veek Five Doctors werecalled in to attend him Later on it was decided to remove him to lr McQnords Infirmary at Lebanon where he is doing nicely under the Doctors skillful treatment MOORESVILLE j Born to the wife of William SSwoeney on October 80 a 10 pound girl Since our last communication Susie the little daughter of Oily Cheer died of Scarlet fever The funeral took place at Mt Zion church Farmers are busy gatherhig corn which fs selling at 85 tentS per bushel delivered ffMr Owen Worford drove over last Thursday in his rubber tire buggy and took Mrs Etta Boblit over to Chaplin where they were made husband and wife Rev Fizer of the Methodist church officiated May every blessing be theirs is the wish of their many friends Mr Jeptha Coxs new house will be ready for occupancy in a few days as wilt also Mr I N Arnolds at M nd Mws Louise Settle spwnrTKt week in Lemsviile the guest of Miss Lula Thurman L M Lynch spent last Sunday at Polin with Mr and Mrs Sam Cheatham Tho Mooresville and Pol1 n boys crossed bats at Polinron lastt Saturday afternoon The score stood 25 to 18 in favor of our boys finefsteerhaving been dehorned the day previous P Royalty and W H Keightly sold and are delivering 1000 bushels of wheat to the millers at Tathani Springs at 8 cents per bushel ClaJ son Co shipped a car load of hogs from Booker last Wednesday rorestYIew Johnny OBryan has a very sick child at this writing Fbrizy Medley has been con fined to his bed with slow fever f r severall days The second publication of Lee Osborne and Miss Marion BuckS SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the en joymentof life of thousands of men women andchIldren To the men Scotts Emulsion gives the flesh and strength so necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from any wasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and noreltis a most sustaining Joodand toniq for the special trials that women have to bear- To children Scotts Emulsion gives food and strength for growth of flesh and bone girlsforgreathelpS lelOOTROWNEClmist40e415 bOCaid tQOPMdnetSi IIIIIIS I MM ler took place atSt Rose chuich oQlast Sunday We also learn Mr H Blandford and Misf Luli- euiwore published for tho fir IIOsj asicfthatIS considered 1Pl gerous condition veidanMr Frank Carrico been sick for quite a wiile is im proved very much l Mr Len Hamilton sold1 mules to T W ODaniel CoatL05- a piece William Hamilton sold 4 head of yearlings for 57 50 per head to E H ODa ieliand to yame party two for98nd pur chased two from Mrs Theresa Mudd for 72 50apiece j LIFE IlSr THE NORTH WEST I S anvideac4cbangins Northwest where life is wort livingSIt iis the coming emphvjof ihi Country Climate and elevatioi are found in great varibty and UncI will never be as loW pricer igaln as it is now For arminp ruit raising and grakiDg n portion of our Country equals iii Irrigation makes tbe faijmer independent where irrigation is practiced and the finest irrigabe parts of our Country areiin Mon laaa and Washington J The towns and cities are all growing rapidly in tbe Northwest Let me know whtt vpuwan andwe will trv to hjelp you There are al sorts of peaces and Kinds of land in the Northwes tern States through TJhiph tb Northern Pacific run Dont watt until it is too late tb go Low Kettlers Rates arr in effect during September anr October Write to mie where you want to go and I will tell you what it will cost- CHAS S fEE Gen Pass Agent Northern Pacific Ry St Paul Minn Commissioners Sale WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY W C McChord iPlajn fESarahBy virtue otAJtr rginiiuflirU fo67ei foTale STtne Waunington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1902 in the above cause for the sum of 8300 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the29th day of Decembe 1901 until pail I shall proceed to of6r for salt at tbe Court Houie door 1nSpringflsId- Ky on the 24th day of Noy ember 1932 at2 oclock p m or thereabouts being County Court day to thee high est bidder at Pnblioicution upon credit of six months thfe following described property thc or sam sient thereof to produce the sums ot money so ordered to be made A certain tract of laud situated in Wishing ton county and thus boun ed towit Beginning at a black walnut corner to Barlow homestead in Hundley a line thence d 77 W 117 to a stcna thenc S 10JE 64 14 poles to a tone corner to Hundly tbencd S 77 12 W 180 poles 1to a beech in Mrs Sharps laa thence N 14 W 201 poles to a bortt bean cor to Sharps and Walls thence N 77 12 E 83 12 poles to a Btope corner to said Wall thence N4E 3d poles to a itond corner to said Wai thence N 75 12E 12 poles to a stpnje thence N S 12 W 64 poles to a stole corner to Walls thence S 87 2 fiflOS poles to a stone corner to said Wall j thence N 10W 115 poles to the middle of county road at Doe Run corner tp Neal theb up drain JT 39 E 9 thence N4 l2E 2212 poles to middle ojf water gap cornet to H B More th nco N 79 B 95 poles to a stone corner tcj Goode and Lyddane thence witbLyjddane line S 15 E 90 12 poles to corner of home stead thence S 34 12 W 72 12 polos tb a stone then o S34 262 poles to the beginning containing acres 3 roods and 2 square polej Amt of dt and int to bej Jnnde 35225 Amt of costa to be made J 3415 Total amount to be mad 38840 For the purchvse price the purchas er or purchasers with apporovsd se curity or sureties must fxocute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and baying the force andlellect of n Judgemert Bidder I will be reguled to com ly promptly with these terms TWOS MEDLEY i O W C 0 u1 jflIil ea Yes slrrecl exclaimed the boodle politician I claim thnt despite whnt people say signlnst tue I bnve never iU my life taken n P U n dishonest mOneyS YIPtIPt We hold our breath Because It Is my Invariable rule be contiuuod to bite all coin and make sure Its good befo4i deliver Baltimore News Two Point of Dur1eBeeI The difference liotwcen the cow and the milkman said the gentleman with tbelcowglvespuremllk There Is another dlffeijence retort- S the milkman The cow doesnt give credit 4L For every self madfjian lathe world there are ten unmade Chicago New whoaresilt oo Commissioners Sale WASHINGTON CiliCpirCOURT KY Sam Spalding Plaintiff EquityGeorge JBy virtue of a Judgment and order CircuitIshall proceed tp offer for sale at the CourtHouse door Springfield Ky ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1902 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout bein f county court day to the highekt bidder at public auction upon a credit of six months the fol lowing described property towiti A certain tract on parcel of Ian f lying and being ti Washington coun ty Ky on the waters of Pleasant Run and bounded as follows towit Beginning at a atone in the line of the late James Jdayes deceased thence with the same N S E 141J poles to a stone on a branch thence down said branch S 74 E 631J poles to a stone fence passing Montgomerys corner a beech tree thence S 8i W 9 poles to the branch thence S57 E 6 poles to the center of Pleasadt Run thence up sames 261 E 17 poles thence N cOf W32 poles to a stone thence N 76 W 36 polesto the beginning containing six and one half aeres For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders1 will be required to comply promptly with thesetermsS5W F NEIKIRK Special C WCC Commissioners Sale F WASHINGTON CIRCUIT COURT KY Etta Boblett Plaintiff EquityWBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1902 In tie above cause for the sum of 600 with Intereat at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 15th day of January 1900 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky onSMONDAY NOVEMBER 24 1902 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court dy to the highest bidder at public auction upon credi of six and 12 months the following described property towlt A certain tract or parcel of land dituated in Washington county Ky and thus bounded towit On tbe north by the lands of W G Boblitt on the east by the lands of said W G Bobtitt and N Smith on the south by the landa of said Smith and Tucker tbjdfPacres moreor less Amount of debt and interest- to be made 670290 Amount of cost to be made 39 90 Total amount to be made 7428ij For the purchase prIeD the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must exe ute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having theforce and effect uf a Judgment Bidder viil be required comply promptly with these terms THOS A MEDLEY M O W C C W F GRIOSBYAttyS He Cad nor At one of till public receptions flt the White House during the pecontl Cleveland administration Mr Samuel demons Mark Twui was presented to Mrs Clovrland On shaking hntuls with her lie pivo hrr n yard asklux simply VIII you sigh that Xi Cleveland glanced at the curd to fin riothii but tbf words He linn riot writ en ncroHH It hu looked In aiiuooi tTi Ulty to Mr Clemens for soluettiilig further when the latter ex plumed My wife Mild It came here would be sure to come with my goloshes on tmtI hnvint have l So I wish you would sign that for me to give her Mrs Cleveland lookcul down at Jifs feet and then laughingly wrote her name on the card1 Tbe Wa y of a Woman Ibate to be contradicted she said Then I woiit contradict you ha returned You duut love me she asserted r dt be admitted You arc a hateful thlngr she cried I dm he replied believe ydure trying to tease De she said- I ido And am that be concededIForn moment she was silent Well she sa d atlast I dqhate a man whols weak enough to be led by a Woman He ought to have a mind of 1bls own= and strength fIghed What else could he do ChicaRo Post = Some ReasonsW- hy You Should Insist on Htvinj GHLUneaualedRenders hard leather soft specially preparedteeps out water A heavy bodied oil HARNESSSexcellent preservative au cps of your harness burns theleather its c tect Stitches kept from breaking l OILIssoidlitall 1LoCalitiesStudurdOHC T JI Till SENSE OF SIGHT HOW ANNLOWLV tEAItiS 70 JEXERCISE nv W f8r tl AtFirat the 1orn beDt e iPotrer Only to tatiziguih Between Ught aUdarkneI be Develop- mentof thejPoTVCr of Vision The Bonse riiost early exercised by the newborn Infant Is the sense of sight tut at first it has the power only tp distinguish light from darkness and Is in cbmpari ou with Its later opment bllndi whilE IILuany devll lower creatures the senses are at fully devellppcjd iWhat a fllfferenco there Is between the dull eye or the newbbrn Infant and the sharp vision 6t the young chick which jls able plpk up with precision a grain of coin orvcven snap up a fly while the tfggsheH may be Btill stick lug 6 Its back Tile eye iof the Infant however Is Jeyelpled very gradually and during Infancy and childhood It learnsbow tosee In the first few days It notices th0 difference between light imd darkness when the light Is very Intense and It may even knit Its brow In sleep If n bright lIgbt bo brought closeto Its face On the same principle a striking bright color will ajso be noticed when held close to ithe face In nil these cases however the In fant follows the object by turning Its beadnndno by the movement of the eyes The e elidsi open and shut from birtk- but they are not always moved at the Eame time wiltb the movements of the eyeballs until the Infant has reached the second or third month Under two or three pioiltbs of age infants do not wink when the band or an object is waved before the face because they do not see the hand distinctly One of the remarkable points of terest In tm development of the In fants power of vision Is the way In which It learns to appreciate the ob jects seen It has to learn to discover the distance of objects their shape size character etc and this with tIe assistance of the sense of touch The face of thts mother or nurse Is mode familiar In that It Is brought so close to tbe Infants face After the Infant has learned to see objects distinctly at the distance of several feet It begins to use both eyes in common At first the eyes act Indo pendently of each other so that It undoubtedly has dabble vision and sees everything double This double visIon can bo produced by many at will by looking dross eyed The Infant haying reached the point when It sees an object clearly It must also begin to understand objects of three dimensions thai Is to find out the difference between a flat surface and a solid bodt Here the sense of touch also assists Tbe Infant grasps an object and ptjttlnglt to its lips and face satisfies itself as to the shape character etc It is interesting In this connection to note some cases which a person born blind recovers sight when grown In one case a young man who had lost his sight Iq early Infancy was so completely blinded that be could not distinguish evep the strongest light from darkness After on operation on ono eye had been successfully performed he began to see objects without understanding them not being able to judge their distances from his eyeand bo felt as If everything wps touching blsicye so that to touch an object be at first would put one finger or the hand u- pbeforjijJLnjgc at the object- eda m at and reach forward tl If finger rainc In contact with the ob ject After he ball recovered the use of both eyes he began to find out that everything was not flat but that many things had a contain thickness 05 well asllength and breadth and In thisway he began to see solid objects But even for year or two after corn plete recovery he was unable to decide whether n corthln figure was a flat sur face as In a pointing or a solid body He was also obliged to learn tbe dif ferent animalsound objects not know lag tbe difference between neat and a dog Until be had touched them We all gotbroUgh just the same proc ess of learning bow to see In Infancy ThP child mny be two or three years or even older before it has control over Its eyes and can judge of the distance of objects In the room etc The care of the eye Is a question of great importance for mothers and nurses The eyes of newborn Infants should be carefully washed with fresh clear water and If anything unusual Is noticed the physician should be seen Tbe Infants eyes are specially to be protected ngnlast too bright a light It is by no means an uncommon thing to see a nurse wheeling young infant in tbe carriage wblle the tIght sun Is pouring Into the childs eyes This does not argue against taking Infants lIrto- the sun when the weather is not too warm but tbe eyes should always be protected against the bright glare whether direct or reflected SPEEDY TICKET SELLERS The Elevated Itallroad Man and he Circus Men Work Alike New York ticket sellers for the ele rated roads do their work with a color ity equaled only by tut lightning change artist of a big circus How do they manage it Peep Into one of the little ticket offices and you will see that the methods of the luau Inside are Identical with those of the circus sellingtlcketion or from tbe red wagon of a circus When you hand injfpur money through the greenbackand from that side comes the ticket which he tears off from the long strip with his right band Almost simulta neously the same hand shoves out your change for he has the exact change for your coin or bill ready counted out and piled up Close to his right hand just Inside the little Indow are a lot of nickels for changing dimes Next to these are nickels and dimes arranged wjtli 20 cents in each pile ready for the tuna with a quarter Then there are a lot of fortyOre cent plfe others containing 05 cents he d andJ need to stop to count out your change If you call for tvo tickets and band in a dollar the ticket teller takes a nickel from one of the ninetyfive cent piles and Instantly lia tbe change that you require and wheiierer there Is a lull In the stream or ticket buyers tle mini behind the w1nd replenishes his 1C4ught lI A Strategic J jHe veolpjinp on a moving handicappedbyshoulder Half a dozen motormen bad disregarded his signals to ptop and had run thcaxsuttb crothgEteyes ai1i iiiliiijjliliwWWltm WI lit iji j t 1WeeLj J J ff I L i l t I = f ftL l i t I bq nei J CrLQdJ a 4 be i ead t1is near at of all i h ta of I 4 1 It f t t O t t m plt ft f m 4 1h f f ueou tU t ufl nrnt- hey a The old laborer didnt grumble or swear He waited on one rail for the next car As it drew near he signaled the motorman to stop Tbe power was increased to run byt us tore and the old man turned as if to gct out of the way The heavy tools slipped from his grasp and fell on the rail The mo tort nn frantically pmt oft the power and set his brake bI The wheel was within a yard of the obstruction when the car stopped The old man picked up his bundle and smiled broad ly as he eUmbed on the front platform Think youre smart dont you said the motorman Much obliged said the old man still grinning Your tin1 only accom modating rnotorman Ive seen today New York Tribune The VoAOerfnl TVnil Done Al early Writers attr nte woiljliiful qualities tfl toads and frogs at d the was brought Into tin 1st of I iliob or other large and uiiriv conco rsi of pwule silence woul instauiiv pro vail A small bout Viund li right side ojf tonds ohiir prop r ujw wi 3 also believed to Uuf POWM OVII tiipvarious elements By thiMwiLp this bone Ihto a vessel of t liuilin water iSays Pliny It will Iy coollt the water refusing td bolt again until the bone been iOvd- To find this boneexji si the dwuPuKtti on an ant bill Wh litO tarts liav oaten her all away pt tin IC taLe each bone sepant ly and injv into boiling water bus uly iao wondrous toad bone lie discovert d Strpne n A travel r ss uiugest CIt These balsas are made of an aquajj plautt growing In the waters of tb hike The principle which they ar fonstructed by lilt iras Indian proves ther Ingenuity bale of hllJ naturnll floats In The water and ic crdln to tbe quantity of dried gnu used In the boat do the control the or carryIuj iamvlty Those boats lire likewise tI- ed with a must suit J and In somE Instances carry from eight to ten per sons The Indians travel long distance over this vast Inland lake the surface of which is on n level witb the summit of the Jungfrau of the Swiss Alps Shakenpenrr IMandera The anachronism id errors of arc too knowtuto require repetition Hesluks of cannot In the reign of King John a century and a half before their Invention be refers to printing In the reign of Hedry ot clocks in the time of Crcsar makes Hector quote Aristotle and Corl olanus refer to Cato tie Introduces a billiard table into the bouse to Cleo atm nml P8 Delplios an Island and gives a seacoast to Hoh mla In n letter to the Boston Transcript on the subject of a cor respondent says q have In my scrap book three notable examples front the of the ernors of different states Bell of Texas bepaii uk with N u the winter ofi fouteiu made glorious Hummer tin words of Holj Writ once atteinliif funeral ffn tho country where ti laymans open li nark was v rutvcd friends you have loved ut st the demised way for us to look ar An i mine tells Die that Cyrus Burlclgl me of the well known Tvritera of gears ago told hex that lie hart Jiy ome from a Quaker inretlmr u he sawn woman ppwiker rh and wutia Quairr tone My J hOss1 boss my kingdom for a boss Doubtless my frlmitls the Inspired psalmist when he penned thrsu w rds meant a spIrit ual boss That was all she said and she HoUuntily resumed tier place on the high sutn r i 1 P F J I z t s iiiidve n 8mId tfis close 11 41res urho Iitlllors ft e Iilte stan II ibies = vehlte on the mdrlM Jh t a Call and make selection i1 1 I SEEDING TITE 71 You must remember hand aid 5 iehave grass seeds kinds Ij We make Specialty northern Seed Oatstt tIIt THOMPSON GrEEiai SPRINQFIELDKYIS mfmm approached JIIirUIllOId imiisidiatp 011ul constructing displacement Shakespeare misquotations Thanksgiving proclamations GoverpnH OElbletoacquaintance Ifre iP Holi ames padagenft wiltbedifferentkirids sfJet0MIet 11qll1iC inowI ruAny JieI j II CEMENT4AtLowestPrjces HQUGHltlMBE f DRESSEDL8M3IE R 1 i L jSAEiLiand DOORS T lI t5e4 LATHSandSHINGt S5L- G ijr OONThACTING- At ytiing in Thebui1ding line at the SPFI1G- FcLDLUMBERCOsyard GALL1HUOEf PRIOS 4- n1 f FRANK W S1MMS BEN F SIMMS JOHN c F 3IMMS k FRANK w SIMMS s GO Livery e eedamf Sale SttLblQ- New andY lgSi 0 ltca outfits for travelling men Give atrraU Comfortable stalls nd good treatmeat forboardjhg horses v ipHONES Miss SnyderTcasprer Brooklyn EaSt Eatf Art Ctak IthHrhuithwewouidhaveraer5haey 5wIves mothers and daughtersaAd 4key would observe results they woW AM that the dodors prUai oRs do net perform the malay tares they In Jcredit for consulting with my dro l5t Re a4 vjsed McElrtes Wise of Ctrful a d TM4 IthAvVeryreasontothak sew and Iifeoptnedup1oracwltrjSand h only took three moMhs to care Wino of Cardui isaregniatorof the menstrual functions and is a most As tonishing tpriip for women It cuiw- scantysupreseedtoofrequtjrreg alar and painful xricnstrnafionVmiiiZ ofthawombwhitesandflo wi dingA It womanhoodatterchild1irlhquenUy brings a near babyto homes AUdrugistsbsvetif Cardm W NEo CARDUJ TACTLESS FANNYjI JanailH lieka IlcatiOn For Openlpac Ilpr SeasOn In Sjrrnepie 4 Syraouso man tells fcfitory jjfMme Jannusclick when sIte was a prominent star The wily advance rcnt went to Syracuse 4 week or so before the local- thjJter opened there tee the season anl proceeded to lilt up the guileless newspaper men with the statement tthatwould open 11er season In that place orInot utah Her manager wanted qhl cno iutofIer to compromise on Boston or Philadelphia but fhe ma damowaaflrm I Naturally Syracuse Was delighted atdthe honor Janauschek got pdges or advance notices and wlfen tlie opeiilug night came the theater wasl1nc cdalJneyei before kAfterJ1Orterw t behind to hitervlfw i Mme Janarischek AvSyracuse ed1s very prdtur4batee have started here tbllssafiloflflbesaid and njrpaperwou1tltktoki ttthe people for you why you Kaye honored I bGreatFanny I had to open oine pUicer Chicago RecordHerald i tLOng DistanCe Ceartabip Sketching one day Ja Sorma an littleEahead at him pt some object he ceaftl j ot see from hui ZPOItIq5 5ke Ma silt with the game iiiwWctJjafternoon and was at It again next morning Thejirtlat had thecurioftir to ask an English vlfftor whatsit meant The reply was 10ltW I Urf llover And It Was explained ithat thfi was their method of cesrtsklp fThe object f4he aas attcjitlve gate was a girl In a neighboring ba lbftapce from his adored oee an wait ItseelztWor second day heia wlMly eaeeWay dj and It On thetJilrtl7 liMrBoAwtoj blm and cmllei It tl tt8 go tv parents with reference to the tmardag settlementsLoBde TltBlta j TheTktti14rk TShthere was a torltt seat frtili ffiesne root oC the heMe eisIt ti fire oae day and though the laaHw did not actuallr MA tei tihz heatbecnmeC rckis IMbstork flewa1ow ttfIt and drenched her tveaat flrffc turning to her young tt fifni tM mass of cool wet ftatlnti Htvt qc i theta This fehe feeti4 iy trsrrigaln flyiug4tethe niyrsIiwitlUte thIS wntepai d itU CpI5iI age dreuciied jwIth 11h tha nest wa Mved4 1 tnestlings were prese vedeWi4e fejua been got unckreel sIRll was safe LUe uaiJtM i114Ma i if his story5wa aick ft n i t than one eyewitness 1 St1uMart aisI LawbSi The Italians deriv4sfrom quests en1a1hLl M aedSlarboard tree qesUa or a hk mesas that fcIe Afct r j A4t 0 two phrases appear ai sUbEi I k bordn Thrlr dee MMwkMMtK eaM4 so plans mlataJt that tbe 4akyordered the krbtard to btM ei Weed enilMert 1JWIBI i fL res1 ui1 WiZbir 1tieatin r at iiea iIsy Wbat did aA Myr oetgrstitihd is es the tres re lt ld 7t1M Yse itows Su w riM bsp fir bir ilt- 4S i WOtTSSIt Msbi tlt1tk kW iieusiw btedk A tfmLW Saz Ok t ebIeD5a6eex J r xtooSxt to W1neba Boalaodi awat Panr comM pitxt d ta 1IU v t jJJ R JiBURTON t i JPEH DENTIST 1 TRTH EXTRACTED i PAINI 1f1HIiLt oua Ik pJWQrut xY JAJ1i D otl Work Strictly lirMcla tQft H LAMPTON OFFIOEtf MIo I V1i J siiT c to srJU1GY1XLDKYS =ui1OPflCEtr gi brtIffr a 4Ifov PeopleI Deposit Bk QVo ra 12to2p 7W G Rlosay ATTOFEYATR LAW ovroi1s ftflk PJUMOFIXLJ KYp REL ESTATE i For Sale by J I Grffi UARTON Aent A 1 have f15 my cbarje for let1te fbllowlBjt HBtol farrni mosUy located intTMliliicfcm COtlBtyAIo have In my hare Rev rtd pieces of town t jwiperty Fall ieecrlptJon of any of ytbis property f tared on deiandlLiST OF FARMS acre farm good land firetclaa JJmprpveiueHta of every kind near rlneffleM Price 60 per acre 1S3 acre farm 3 BlUes from Spring Aelt near the pike first claw im pmyemejnts of every kind Price M per acre 966 acre fftroi 6 miles from SprlngJ leld Sa1y good house good barn and good outbuildings farmwelli1 1fenced and watered Price SSO perij ucre 145 acre farm 14 miles from Spring geld good improvements well fenced asa watered not on pike but near pike Price 25f i4 l 230 acre farmlj miles for Spring geldoij tue pllie o6d improvejueutH of every kind well fenced and wel1 water Price f40 ISO itcre farm 3 miles from Spring Idld on thoplke good small houir and b rnIane tounccp barn JoirlJ1 bftly la gras pri e50 per acre- acre farm 2 milt from Spring eldoD the pikes plain comfortable hirtw ontbe farm well watered and fiedprlcc30 per acre il 240 acreffarih mites from Spring Jtelcf OB the 11kt maUhooo e and ffbarn farm well fenced good deal of StIrnbet lawj laa well price 1 25 pri- cre v 170 acre farm 10 miles from SpriuKj r ft ld good land fairly gobd iroprovej nt1o priceqo 2JO aere arm 7J lIeBfoulSrln ieTd pa lftii firiatdlasa IpjproemBiiU of aviry kith good land well watered price 4l per acre Ie 150 acre oflanc1G milra hil Sprlnejfteld no improVemoiila i1 acrea 1 crt uttomprlcpf30 pr acre S75 acre farm mile fromBards fi Pktlt alai firtC1- syMjvelJanostlyr 1m n jfi 4IL50 per acre K yw IL aerea ak dltmi1flfftlpapr lk field QJl PJlla1tl Ron small houw aid bvor goojl well lays well prlLe per sqr u l 1seati18flh11lrflpI4 jeldodoeand barn sole timber well rencedahd water4iU riee33Ope acko ii acre faripmiles from Spring Mid OB the jlk f goodCionse and bars 10 JMwe Qrei ksbpttoBViiE od f well anu milk e iiLjarBinQfU r iii t7 ti i 1Jij fJ Y J 13aeJM9 inietirbr 3prIng- jLQ t plKelnl otl R fnJme J VoBM rooatyy good t ew barn goodS te antlip Pu place two oIit rjBj grweSS per acre P 1 ttacretaraV2 iiIes from Spr hg ii ldoB tk pike good bouse and tatlt j farm welll iejjced and watered Price fJ5peracfer V r iESracre tfctiii flddiandsropdhn provelWeUlMered and fenced r j t price 35 J racrA STT lT- s ir l I EE8 QUALIfY 1 OR I JLlIDIES wEAR C HEBEST SHOE ONTHERKT PfIhY L IkIELD rr IeeIaTOWN r Iiii5ii iiHii iiii Local Happenings of Interest = The Frtshest and Latest All About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances 1OOiardnaforsaThbyC WII Hagan cheap sF A splendid butter cow for sale cheap J Ii Allen Country bamsittlard and bacon at CW Hagansc t1eI rtoeTelephone ypur orderslto 01WBagauifyp f want prompt ttentionS t nt Forlatest Styles iih Ladies iH sboescaIlonRobrJsonBros and ask for Zeigien All kinds of country produce bought by C W Hagan CasK if reeired- tDont forget that G1V Hagan is headquarters for all kinds of j fruits and nuts Prices right feedingtJtogSweigbing A C Canary We will save you money if you I jgive usa chance Try and con- Vince yourself C W Hagan Pure openkettle New Or eans Molasses at 55 cents per gallon siC W Haganstt WANTEDFO rent a medium sized farm well watered and improved For information inquire at this office Dont forget to call on C W1 Hagan for anythIng you may need in tthe grocery line His priCe will surprise Attention is called to the advertisement in this issue of C F Russell the Optician who will examine your eyes free of charge A suitable reward for informa tion leading to recovery of Tar paulin taken from Depot will be paid J Li Allen Say boys lake your laundry to Jim Hagan he represents the Lebanon Steam Laundry good work guaranteed Office at C W Hagans Store For cleaning dyeing altering and pressing mens womens and children clothing call on Mrs Herman Schmenk Good work at reasonable prices The number of the telephone call for the NEWSLEADER office is 90 Anyone having news or other business mattersto commu riicate call us up The auction sale of the goods ol the store of S HWeakley atj Mooresville will be continued every Saturday afternoon until all goods ate disposed of ThisI is a rare chance for bargains At the request of the membersS of the bar Judge journed court from noon Monday until afternoon Tuesdayip- respect to the men y of Mr Elias Brown whose inerul took place on Tuesday m jrning TiN UPOn October 31st a black mare about 15 years old Owner can have same by prov ing property and paying for this advertisenent and feed bill OOEA JANES- Springfield Ky Mr Kent Barber of Bardstown ofIi this place and proprietor of the Crittenden Cig r Co is to marry MisS KhtirHart daughter of Mr CtJ jt of Bards town The wclding will take place on November 26 Mr Barber has many friends and acquaintances in Springfield Work has begun un the repairs on the Presbyterian church The outside iis boirig painted and the contract for a new tin roofr has been let to McElroy Shultz who will begin the work immediately The ladies of the church are also arranging to have the interiori newly paperedI and otherwise beautified The damage suit against the Louisville Nashville railroad beipg brought bvthe widow of William Hughes the colored man who Was killed by the train at the crossing below town a few weeks ago fisohtrial1n court this week Messrs FH Tftur Man John W Lewis and J WY s Clements represent the plaIn tiff while W C McUhord isi looking after the interests of thev1 railroad company The suit is fo 120000 damages 1 TOFIG8 E I4MM I Do ntfor to call otiC W 1JH8ganfj tock iis complete arid prices right There will be a reopening of Johnsons Chapel A Mfc Z Zion hurj on Sunday November 16 The church has been repairt ed and beautified in many wayst and the membersad justlyG proud of their house of syorship- cAmong those who will be here from a distance to take part inh he exercises on that day is the celebrated colored divine Rev T Tipton D D of Philadelphia MrT J Nally pf this county has purchased of William Nichols of Nelson 210 acres of fine land on the Bloomfield and Bardstown i turnpike four miles from Bards own The price paid was 4Oa er acre Mr Nally Will get possession of the place dn Janu ary 1st The many friends ins his county will regret to have o lose so good a citizen as Mr Nally I Fatal ccidentkJoe Elliot a young colored man living near Simms was ac cidan tally shot and killed in his yard on last Sunday morning by Walter Logan a negro boy about ten years of age It seems that the boy was fooling with a small twentytwo calibre rifle and the i man was standing near looking onwhen the gun was ischarg i ed the ball striking Elliot in the head inflicting a wound from which he died in a few minutes Coroner Mo tgomory was called and held an inquest 1 returning a verdict in accordance with the above facts The boy Logan was not arrested as tha killing was evidently an acci dent M i 6 minA evontsCTwo wedding announcements of especially local interest have been made this Week Thd an nouncements are similar inas t much as the events ate to occur on the same date and in each t case a Springfield man goes to i neighboring county for his wrMi Mr Thomu A iuUloy of this place and Miss NellielWatben oftt Lebanon will be married at St IJ Augustine church that plr o onc Wednesday Novembe 2G The bride tobe is a daughter of Mr R N Wathen and iis a young lady of many graces of person and character Mr Medley isC the wellknown you g attorney of the local bar and is Master Commissioner of Washington brinlllhisOn the same slate November 26 Mr Leo Haydbn of this place will lead to the bridal altar at St Josephs church in Bardstewn f Miss Sadie Hayden of Nelson county Miss Hayden is the beautiful and charming daughter of Mr James Haydn a promi nent farmer of Nelson while thet groom is the popular young druggist of this place who numbers his friends by tne score Mr Haydon like the provident young man thathe is has already rented a house and ho and his wife will go to housekeeping immediately after their marriage Mr Bile tSrown Dead Mr Elks B Brown a life lout resident f the county and one of the best knows and most highly respect d citizens of the community lied suddenly at his home here at tivo oclockon lat Sunday mornia of heart trouble The announcement of tjie sudi den taking way of RO good at citizen as Mr B own cast at gloom over he entire community where he vus beoved and re spected fur his ipany qualities OfheartahH mind was about u rual only the d ordd before andu pared to be good iiealth and spirits and t Saturday night ajetireorat intlii usual bedtime without an thatlhehad felt Shortly jafter midnight however he awoke his daughters and complained of being sick A physician was caljled in but the patient ted to respbrici to any of the remedies an1ltaj soon apparenttbatlie was beyond all locl1he1 jhad passed into the GrOt Be yond Mr Brown inbr born in yearJJins ton coumty nearly 73 t excpttott OLi H H HOe- DDENTISTOFFICB RIHKHAKT B0itnr cprraanently located SPRflGFlELDKL few months bf Ithe year 1901 when he livedin Indianapolis e had made Washington county his home where his life was pent as an active andusefnl citizen In early manhood he married Miss Mary Thompson and to them were born eleven children eight of whom are nd1women l g parents In his inter rSQ with his fellow man the fe and character of Mr Brown stands without one blot His name was asyonym for honesty and fair dealings Charitable and kind of heart he was ever ready to lend a helping hand to any in distress or in need of sympathy wfodest and umasum ing in his manner and life ht was honored and respected by ll who knew him for his genu ine worth Mr Browns wife and companion of years of a well uent life preceded him to the grave only about three years and the children who survive are as follows Mrs Jamesi Ewing of Pittsburg Mrs New U flflcCfts g of Bloomfield fir lames Browne of Cleveland Ohio Mr Bev Browne of Indianapolis Ind Mr Jewett and Misses Mary Lucy and Veola Browne of this place The funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church in Springfield Rev Strickland 9fflciating and the burial was in the family lot at Pleasant Grove cemetery lAID TO RST Th theRt1mailS The remains of Ernest C Mansfield whose sad death by drowning at Cambridge was chronicled last week reached this place on last Friday and were put away m their final resting place on Genie tery Hill The funeral services which were held in the Pi esby terlan church were attended by a large crowd of friends of the young man who had been a general favorite here The casket and altar were laden with beautiful florall designs tributes from friends in Springfield at his collegefand elsewhere Rev Dr Miles Saunders formerly of tbis place preached the funeral ser mon and just one week from the time his young life was blotted out in the watery grave of Charles river bis earthly remains wre laid to rest beneath the sod of his rative county An announcement which came 1 and1manthat which came from Cambridge to the effect that Ernest Mans field was a married The mar ring took place at East Kings ton N H and the young lady was Miss Ada Kabaly daughter of Mr Morris E Kanaly of Cambridge The young ladys parents were apprised of the marriage shortly after the event and young Mansfield had expressed his intention of inform ing his parents wben he came home on a visit during the Christmas holidays The young wife is said to be heart broker wc EX raiNKTION FREE t Itmay seem strange toTSbrne that I make no ifcharge rorexamination 4l believe this is tbi Sbest methpd for conducting a successful op tica1f business 4I believe it will bring me mot i customersi I want the people of Springfield l j and vicmity1 to make my store their headquar ftars I want them to feel perfectly free to j thej J keepin touch with you and can advise you when to wear gasses and when not to When r you need them 1 will make a reasonable charge for furnishing them Until that time Iwill charge you nothing J C li RUSSELL Graduate Optician over the tragic end of the young husband REAiBONAL l Miss Nora Bonta is quite sick b with fever i Major Lisle of Lebanon wasIl aver Tvesday on some legal busi ness Miss Sallie Harmoi of Marion county visited friends here last week Palmer Grundy returned Tmes day from a short visit to friends in Louisville I Miss Florence Gray has goneii to Harriman Tenn to visit her sister Mrs CassellCMisses Ruth and Lucy Spald ing of Bardstown visited friends here Sunday lastIMr and Mrs P C Cleaver have returned from a visit to friends at Peoria Ill lIon Nat W Halstead of Bards town was here on legal business last Friday and Saturday QMr and Mrs Evan Rogers were here Tuesday called by the death of Mr Elias Brown Misses Bessie Johnston and Mary Gilkerson of Lebanon were here the first of the week Mr Bush Vanarsdale the clever liveryman of Harrodsburg was here Saturday on business Messrs Ben Johnson and Wil Ham Allen of Bardstown went through here Sunday on an automobile Mr A H McChord has returned from a three weeks stay at Hot Springs very much improv ed in health D Mr Paul J Booker formerly of this place but now a citizen of Macfcville was in town last SaturdayMrs Isaac Scott of near Shakertown Visited the family of her father Mr S R Gray last week Mrs A Minis and sister Miss Maud Marcum of Catlettsburg Ky are guests at the home of Mr T Mims this county Mrs Bettie Nichols of Bards town was here the first of the week to attend the funeral tier brother Mr Elias Brown ofI tMr George Calvin of Louisr ville was here to attend the fun eralof Ernest Mansfield last Friday and remained over Sunday 1Mr John R Smith was on our streets last week Mr Smith has sold out his hotel business Bardstown and will locate on a farm near Frederickstown- Mr H M Moss and family have come to Springfield to raI raside and have rented the Ches cnier house Mr Moss is man ager for the Continental Tobacco ICo at this place Dont Wait I Until your feet get Wet to buy your WINTER SHOESJ I Ii BUYTHEMN W II IAnd sav 3 Doctors bill We an elegant stock ot iihae FOOTWFTRS i I and cordially invite your n1 I spection of same m 14riI Yours Truly 1 r ROBERTSON BROS 1 tY B z4j Mr John Buctonan of Auburn III is visiting friends And relatives in the tmty1 Mr Buckman takes the NEWS i LEADER and says he would note without it as it is a letter IIfrom home to him In Memory of B C Mans field Not miny days ago ours was the pleasant privilege of writing to our friendliving buoyant with bright hopes of life before him Now the same pen is en gaged in the sad duty of writing of him dead Twas easy then to share his hopes encouraging in this congratulating in that overleaping all obstacles save this One unseen j but now the mind is shocked with its loss the heart is stifled with the grief and the hand is nnmb for the friendly clasp that it win feel no more In all other trials he was so ready to cheer so quick to point the ray of hope in this our greatest trial his lies are dumb Oft have we talked with him of deathand the AfteideathI but we thought not should need his words for solace- They come to us npwas a pro phecy tbo he nor we couid know it then Doubts had been tiist even denials but Faith had the final victory He had had his FQrty Days in the Wilderness and had found an ApageSatana Oft had be lan prostrate on the great worlds alter stairs that slope thro darkness up to God but each fall had renewed his strength Brief tho his years were and his lifes work untimely checked who shall say his purpose was not fulfilled We livein dreams and deeds nd days yearnings for better things not years Aspirations are pro phecies and what we aspire to be that for the momant we are Thoughts are eternal as theI soul that gives them birth and a thousand years are but as a day when passed And when the Master demands the talents left in our keeping Ernests will show a hundred fold The flowI era that loving hands so lavishly strewed oer his grave are but symbols oi the tributes that lips immortal will speak at the final Account An accomplished musi clan catching something divine iu every form of harmony a deer student ardently searching to know the truth doing with all his might whatever thiJghe set about to do He had mans strength strangely tempered with the simplicity of a child No man could be more serious no child could be more lighthearted in his relaxation Versatile ambitious richly endowed with intellectual facultie of a superior order indefatigable in his purposes accepting no defeat his future most flatteringly of fered the crown that he was not fated to receive We knew him as a friend and Comrade we i loved him as a friend and com fade we mourn him as a friend and comrade We cannot know the grief that fills the mothers heart whose name he ever spok so lovingly We cannot gaucI the fathers sorrow to always showed so much filial af eciR11tbewith whom be was always so gel tie Ahd the young bride soI suddenly bereft left desolate in her misery knows pang fwe can J not conceive May whoso voice called him frbm them speak peace to their aching hearts May His bantl who took him wipe all tears away May they find strength to say It isQods way God I will be doneit Some Angels hand will one day roll the stone 1Swhisper JNotdead but raised The glass thro which we see so darkly now will one d ygro transparent illumined by the b light qfGds love for what ii lioei not butfLknow nowa skallltnow hereafter r SGCT PTXLC UCH tM w stk C4bi t fcinitlTero 59 fHii Tbiitci5- tdayXQsIetaepay1 1 ITODTOTHEfSEISSUFHGlENI lf A sleek look g nan driving aflne ti yofmules will call on you with a Cooking JSlfc 4 Range and use all the talk jmd strategy trjfey possible to sell you a Range If you wantz j3vI 1 a Range all we ask is that you come 101rij Ir our store 41if we cannot show you a 1Ibetter Range for less money then ypu 74r At i buy from them We hav6 the Rang v i that koOks them out and tIis llagrand better and last of all we can sell it cheaper i put It up in your home and garatiteeit r f ineverypartleular Comeand eec wht pi4we have and also see our line of Heaters ttj i and Cook iStoyes Beware Beware ofjjhe iiJ Range Peddler lLtri t MCELROY SHUMZ t I flOlftWe call your especial attentiontoSour great variety oi Dress Goods A ivm 54inch all wool checks at 40c 88inchall o1 figured bik gods 19Po I 38inch all wool venitians blk and Sand colors 50c 38inrh all wool Zibalines black and l Shark Skin 50c IIcolors60c J bikand 8150 colorsJ i to m t 52inch all wool Hop Sackings black t and colors 125 54inch Snow Flake Knickerbocker c- n SL25W M 2inch Pebble Chviots blkx o lytl S A great variety ofWaist Cloths from S 12ic to 8125 per yard S lOOpeices Outings 5c to 2OcJ j S 50 peices Mannelletts 7cto 2t l- w 4 t Largest stock of Mens and Women Underwear nd Furnisbing Goods forIJJ FAL1 N6WI ER ever shovvfeUm Springfield Our stock of small notions is complete See our new Belts Golf Gloves Shirt Waist hi Sets Belt Pins Metal Chatelciin Bags CushionCover 0 We still leadin fine Shoes with Manns for men and Drew Selby Gov Shoes for Women and Star Shoe COnShoes for Children If you have nev seen them call and sate them If We are Showing ah elegant 4inevi Cloaks in New Markets MohtaCaios 34 Jackets etc MENS m BOYS SUITS AND OYBROATS Mens all wool Suits 5 l Mens Prince Charles Overcoats S6 Youths Wool Suits Youths Raglan Over dfttii 5J Childrens Wool three piece Suits3 i tl Childrens Wool twopiece Suits 2 i r Childrens Vester Suits 150 Special Bargains in Mens Coats and VeMs tnd w Qdd PantsJWt still boaSlot our CARPET and RUG and UP H9LQTEBY DEPARTMENT If you ned aiytliiigi 4 tbis line dont fail to visit us We are giving the Blue Rebate Stamps tOcirii buyers Don tall to call for them They are valu- aWGunnlngliain S DuuoallI t Co mmissioners Sale iI WAflHTKOOTN CIRCUIT COUHT Jfno B Peter Plaintiff EquityFrank virtue ofaJudgementand order 1By oftheWashngton Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereoft 1902 lathe above cause I shall pro ceed to offer for ialeI on the premise on the 25tday November 1902 at oclock p mor thereabouts the highest bidder at Public Auction upon a credit of 2 and 3 years the foJ- lowing describad pcoperty towit A certain tract or Parcet of land situated In Washington county and iIi bounded as follows On the norta by the land ot Sam Campbell and Will Shewmaker oa the rnonth by the WilH8bargMaokvllle and Chagliifr turnpike on the east by the landsot- Dan Matherly on the wetby the landsIormerly owned by Hartford Peter containing 67 acrw TbU tractt baa nolImprovements on it batit ad Joint thBl47 acre tract and has sever fallisgwkterOn it juA has h n In blue grass for snninbcr of years and Ii avert flne plies offarlaad IeEor tbeparckM 1ihepsrOs eer01 p1UCHrrIuVltll appravti at- oafityor etaH mst xes t bsst lwsifsngal 1nktfrOMs4S uIO until paid aMbavis the fcreI aM eat ofaJMi 81cWen will bsreqmk4 toeopl pfept1y- wltk tlteH 5bIe olttx J iJ T Q J Cqmmisiioaers 5 J olr W AHINToNC oJtl kY JOHN B prrn P1 C Zqn4tyLBy virtue Pfa Juafanat taAWict of sale of the Wa kinf iiif Court rendered aftHOctMrthereof 192 iaI the aWfe cans I shall proceed to offer for saka tLs prltaonJTIECDAY iOYMBZI 25lIS at t oclock pm oc therabestts the hlgaet b14WeriatJMtWkMC r upon a out two aaaltara credofyeara 4ecrIbMrpt erty A ceraintractorparcelofiI4Ssituated IB Wasbiaftoa couatr Ky lMtjbJthArena Peterat tkktime fhar teaft on the south by bbe las Uria- Shewalaker on be west bytkecMyStoad on the north by the Is llSam Camp toata18bitlt scrat The farm fIxrefarm This fan U SS Ita fdwelling boo tpodtobacco barn itMisary oucbttiMMiv awl H watered and is tea 34ffait tivatlon haIng besit welt for several years aad Is Ths a have the inset tobacco laM m It the coUnty as has been vfcmaby cropeonitfOrtbebJtfeW75Sfl edlaIUlsad bearing legal thtsSt5 IltS- of sale until paid ani vtg tbe- force de tof s Jtdt Iers will bi reqabed to comply 1womptly with terms 1BOax 0 W lit 11 CCJ 1 t j V SwiMUiy School I Newrr Dr A FSChaum of York ii to visit Louisville Dec jMl2 to delivec sr CotItsRif Sun X J i dY scfcoql ll eItthe3ap- t oUst Theologicftt Sirnary Be living that th pMtors of all the dkflo mmtioi wouhu1ike to hear tite tmlMttt divine in his match less tlecture on Sunday School WtTkfW Executive Ck mnaitte4 off hi State Suuday School As ocfatioen T taken advantage of hi cowing to conduct a four ttoy iMtitute Dr Schaufflet pthipI the greatest Sunday f Shoot pMtor in America H ithe author of IWO splendiji wwi k btt Sund y School work 7 ppron every International eoYtkH1 prognwnme and has worldwide reputation as ia jf Sffdfy School lecturer Mt F X rloli tfturence InternationM I JWee rtUry Gwral the greates 3V 1Lrouid Sunday School man jln Li the world will also take a prom r ntTpjirt in the programme rfrtOwitft Dr A fc jPhiUiRspf Bcjmond Va and Dr B JV piiiQaan of Nashville Tenn V11l eteititute the faculty of tho In titute In addition to those the I9glCalr l e 0 it ijfeen invited to address the Jn ilitute Dr T R Samppy member of the Lesson Commit W ire will tell how the lessons kie fleeted and the value of thbse sonsto the Sunday Schools v pfrtbe world v iiJ H j Allfmini8ters who desire tOfil qj j end this institute will be enter jbiiinei on theHarvard pan fro rdedthev send la their names be f6 December lThal is they rwi11 be provided wtih lodgingi and breakfast but arrangements hille bOOn made for a subs tan jalmiil fur 15 to 25 cents4 All Sunda School workers mreanyitedi butpastors onlYwill be entertained Special l rates 4 win 06 secured at hotels au boarding houses For programme and otherpar tculars address B A Fox Geihii r- 3 Secretary 10 Louisville Trust Building LQuisville Ky i Sr 1llilfrsl Keiwly For Croup From Atchison Kau Daily Globe ThU the season wffen the ojnan who knows the bestrctncdies f coonp is in demand One of tlje most ter rlble things Jn the world tobeavr akenedin the middle of the nightliy a rhpxpfroni one of the children TheI jcro preit1edies are almost sure to be i iy lost ia case of croup as a revolver is sure to be lost in case of burglers theused to be an old fashioned f rjraedjr for croup known ES hive syrup p andtolu but sonic modern mothers say t thatChamberlainH Cough Remedy Is Setter ana duet not cost so much It cau8cs the patient to thrdw up the tpklezm quicker and gives relief in a J ort tithe Give this remedy a r oon as the croupy cough appears Jaud- ieb will prevent the attack jt nerer- I failj kudiapieaBanti totakc Sold by C Hadoo Lost r Strayed from my place on the c 1f Beacb one mile east of Texas on s draboufcOci Ijai black year Vuig steer half Jersey Reward ifor any Information leading to rJ its recovery t f HAllSON BOBERTSO- N45tf f1rt ilr Barn Burned ijf JTJie fine barn of Ool J B it W lhen on the outskirts of Let tPatioa wasdestroy by tire last t rT11ThursdaJ morning Thetine MUlliOn Red Prince utinebrood i r mare and a celehratei jack 500 13worthr ptfeedja s rroy audI JI other Chicles Were burned with i f the ba E1fQnp fine mare was so lf badlylpirried that she wil die The Iu s Is between 5OOQ or tQOO itbnojnsurancp i Tp say a pleasant wOrd to anyone was timpossibleolttrouMed with female weakness tar ickt sjeTCchu01ethanl can tell DeeiiodgAa4 M tjut toiay Aj t word to t t aaTMr ras almoK lf MkJ LM4 two opera Ii perfonaed byciti stheotikIUtd i i teH I0t1iZfJfToritejI Oj GeWe KMJca1DIs 5easety sad also foU 4 rtke advice Jlra the Common 4 r e Medical Ad fj UnHil tJlor three nvBtho a 4 todar MI M JheaHhr Had Wen M a woM can be I cannot thank rt WosIy aiai4 M a r- sljff iEi PH et iI tMrY they cause Hap C wallii health la restored to whose iimiad condition is iJ 1t ttisr4 tbeiueof Dr Piercea Favorite I i1ffitO PztIL-4ftac =of a asiadtwctntttw threeraoefe use of Psnte PnacaiptioB xwtond Mrs t jJOew to pirket MkL TJdi9TMt imdy fot osssss lu wtmb aiisgidy diisnia Jd hashl CIIftSif1 Isqa pjs is piper coeci is aeii lfrle 1 2I aocM Mimk T h A4isiu1 = ij iaAIyC Shift ered NerTf and Weak Heart- Too NerTous to Sleep or Rest I DrMllesHeart Cure and Nervine Cured MeT A shattered mevoui system nearly always leads to some Jfedion of the heart espec ially where the patients heart is weak from l hereditary or other ceases Dr Miles Heart Cure is not only a great heart regulator but it is a blood tonic which speedily corrects and regulates the hearts action enriches the blood and Improves the circulation It will build yds up iast as it did Mr Crawford whose kIter follows and greatly improve your general health at1ybenefitedbIDrMUesNetvineandHeart recommend them as the best remedies for the diseases they are recommended to cure When I began taking these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 pounds my nerves were badly shattered afid say heart troubled ate a treat deaL I had painJn my left arm and shoulder had difficulty to sleeping on left side had frequent smolherin spells wollldluttcrandpaIllbLteI suffering great distress and trisibfrestJess and aenroat that I slept li cnibtor day Now I am never bothered u h my heart my nerves are steady as e die I sleep well eat well and weigh 163 pounds I am happy now and am toying to make back the money I spent for doctors who did lue no good while I was HLTRCaAwrpsp Cent r Tezas All drupCTSts sell and euarartee first bot tie Dr Miles Remedies endjor free book on Nervous and Heart Dieaut Address Dr Mile Medical COEIkbaitnd Fine Mare Injured Ladv Rochester 220 thef OO mar of Bud James the one that took so many premiums during fchelast summer fair circuit metJ with an accident that vill cirip pIe her for life even if site survives her injuries and render her tnfit forever for harness purposes She hati beets turned out to graze on tile farm ofMr Abe Bonta and fell into a sink hole and when found two days afterward she was in a dVplur abla condition with heail bruised one eye about gone and legs srainecL Mr James is greatly distres ed over his loss- EATERThiS tine mai e died of her injuries last Tuesday morn ing Hairodsburg Democrat Do Kot EipK Miracles If a cold long neglected or improp crlY treated has clutcbed you by the throat you cannot shake iif loose in a day but you can top lIe progress and lu a reasonable time get rjd1f it altogethce if you use Al1euoJ liung Balsam There is nothing like this honest iemedyJor bronchUs ashtraa and othdr affections of the air passages Noticer IW THH piSTBICT COURT OP THEJJNITED STATES FOB THE W GrTEBfrrit8TOIOT OFJCEKTUCKYlK BANKBUPTQY Uf THK kATrBB OF AIJEZANDEB If SHIELDS ABANKBUPT dn this fifth day of ToventbflrA D 1902 on considering the petition uf the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge Inled on the15th day of NovemberA D 1902 it Iv ordered by the court that a hearing be bad upon the same on the 22nd day of November AD 1902 be fore said cpnrt in Louisville in said district at 10 oclock In the forenoonor- as roar thereto as practicable and oneltime in Springfield NEWSLEADER a newspaper printed in said district and that all kiown cjradttora and other per eons in Interest may appear at said time and place and show cause It any they iavewby the prayer of eafd pe tltlonor should ntbe granted Witness the Honorable Walt Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Louis yule In said diutrict on the 6th day of November A D 1902 Thos Speed Clerk Literary News Can a woman give to another woman the unswerving loyalty which an ideal friendship should exist Will a wpman be faithful merelywhiIeshe f9r any reason jealpusy or eh Vy or the puison qf suspicion part ihe tvo will each be loyal to the past keep is secrctsand respect its obligations If ever two men who have once been fnetds wear outtheir friendship and perhaps exrhange it for spen enmit they will still r sped the tie tha has been broken For the future they will strike as hard as they are able but in do ilug so they will not violate their old friendship not use the dppor tunitywhichit gives for inflict pg painbut is this the casu with women1 Does honor mean th j same to a man us ba woman These are1 some of the questions which Rafford Pyke aks in ile article he contributes to tlu Noi ybmber CosmopoMtan on WhntJ Women Like in Woinet u For a Bad cold Ifyou have a bad oplil yin iiidi good reliable medicine like Chamber lains Cough Remedllo lessen and rOe lieyeit aud 10 allay theiiiiflainutiun and Irritation of dirbat add JticFor sale by druggist Haydoii There is probably no difcas inoro distrecsl g any annoy ing tutu pisTabiers Buckeye Pile biutituMitl i dully curing cases of years stanUiuj of Itching and bleeding pile The car beginr on tljp neat applicnM Etl little perseverance makes the cars complete Price eta In bottles ansi tubes 75 cents Sid by 0 J Hiiyddn rrfATAL AttlrfNI arrili Timklnsif IIIItt cewty Meets i HwrlWe Deatk NearlltMifleliil Carroll Thorapkins a youug man from Bullitc county met a horrible death near Bloo Held 1WelnI Bloomfield he fell in with Char l lie Marshall who was on his way o Ohanlin with a loadf of lumber Thompkins mounted the wagon with Marshall and they starts t 1t on their way AV Vhe jifncliohi df the Chaplin aid faylorsville turnpike three miles from Bloo n field Thompkins1 hat was blown off In dismounting to recover ithe in some manner lost his balance and was precipitated t the pike His head struck the hard surface of the road and bis neck was broken teeth result instantly The unfortunate young man was a son of Mr George Tomp kins5ot Thrixton Bullifi cunty find was aged sixteen years The remains were taken lo Si Rose for interment The Thompltins ftimiiy pUll til about the yeas igo lived in this Dounty and the boy vas born near Bwchfan Mr George Towpkinsis welI known here and behns the sympathy of many friends Stepped Against a Ifptt Stove A child of Mrs Geo Benson vrhpn erettinghisusnal Saturday night stepped back against a hot stove which burned him severclv lhc child was in great agouvand his mpther could do nothing to pacify him Rememdcrlng that she had a bottle of Chahiberiaius Pain Balm in the housu she thought she ould try itaii lessthaa halfun hour the child waa asleep and in less than two weeics was welL Mrs Benson is a well known resident of KelberVa Pain Bam is I n antiseptic linemen t and especially valuable for cuts bums bruises For sale by Haydn Joints LIKe Rusty Hinges are amuug the consequence of rheumatism The tufifercr caunot toot e kdcea adeIboes but the effort makes wiuce He reloices when a odrubLing with Parry Davis Painkiller drives the stiffness out an brings the freedom of motion back Jjo wonder onrfor iatncrs believed in this beneficent ilineraent heartily There Is bt one Painkiller Perry Davis Pu et Sound Is one of the most favored por tions of our counjtrv Its his tory is fiisciorttng is sconer wonderfuly gratid its industru s arid commerce varied nd weaiii waking ilsclimato tnoisi balm cooland lifeuivjirg It is destiii diibrcornenne off our mostpopulouacIIIOJIllhnI1 s uport un inHnufa tarii r 0I tions Womldrlnn 1902ihf NotIi ern Picilicrilalestanrunl has a account of ihi re io tat w4 be interesting and valuale f wail to every nul von null old Send Cbas S PW Gener Passenger A gtnt Northern Pacific Railway St Paul Mina six cents for the hunk and you ma be surprised tojparn whtfav ored laud there is iwny up Ili horth western cr rner of our coun tn The Youlhis Companion Calandcr Free The publishers of the Youth Cdmpuiibu are sending fr je to new subscribers to the paper for 1903 a very handsome calander lithographed iiji 12 colors with tj border embossed in gold TJn exquisitei home seine whic forms tne principal feature off calander is suitable for framing The calander is sold to non subscribers for fifty cents but to new subscribers for 19o3itts sent free with all the issues of the Com pan on for the remaining weeks of 1902 the paper then being sent for a full year to January 1904 THE YOUTHS COMPANION 414 Berkley St Boston Muss AINTYOUGOT NO HOMg IOr aiV flu Ot SILt1 t ctfUiih t b isi- hmall W 1g Iilo r lUcVH ih 01 L Icu l llrnI OII W- UStllsRute re th LoirJv lV dJlijH1 4 t L ui Riillwav JPh6 WnrHVPIr fLfJ ToihV West nd 0 c w s rlilcts on is4 P ri1rlu T sdjiys f ill paS jfjIIia d iiiirliriUiij AiirjHl903fr4 A k us for hit es S LlvinI rii ia r t Genl PsAgV Tr v iisis Alt f Lou sillPJi j 1IIts yow I2 rI lw1i w w f A Bad Breath A bid breath means a bid stomach a bad digestion s bad liver Ayers Pills Ire liver pills They cure constipation biliousness dys pepsia sick headache Me AlHrnnfcW Wo your mouataehe or bea1d a beau Ii i SJoCH 1benvis Lebanon Locals From the Enterprise HenryGaisin boisrht of Willi Hamilton 2 yearling mules for 185 of Hardin Ysivellonel year ling tfprS65 sod the letter Ui Bob rJoru Vnror 7250u He nlso bought of Bop Himon o e lJtey mare fth 125 M U A Wils ii uIli iS- VStucafsICntti Vati Metier two shorthorn ovstor100atso tiJ 1 Himilto V1ci eville Davi c tint 16mo thsuld bUll iif r i5Ii H trbour Matn In WaIln too ciuutv i uiiiths old calf fo r74 hIE E VVa nVis lug on count 16 inonth old bull calf50 In mosicil coiic rt ttbe 0 n U Uo Tu sdity iiTsfl aivi nby Mis Fiora Berielleaid ji0 Kn1 Schmidt was lsstIy- tIttIsd lJI uiu ic lovers jtisitv Miss Bi ellltu a ripft strin spnnootrd IJHT Iihsites are iHrh u A e wihoul cliltLetiffor Ltth were compellrd ts n ponil in niininr o J e Crts It was a dolighU l2h fuioncefi uod thoroughly njoytd by IIVHS ofliiyh cuss tJIJlsie MrTBI Cfiiyur sold the New South Car Factory on Tuesday to Mr Harvey ME r y together wub thebf nda and od will fr 500 Cff Cleaver htts succ idHii iiii bringing the rands inn topuariiv d ths ousiness as rap dlyImore isn jr tWe bes eik I fr Mr McElroy who is Quic IN L hunonV mot popular yju men av continu anceef ihe GSICCHSS M Cleaver wii t UIH ge In otin e busine i in the county and we are glad to retain im asacitr zen 0dCotl atLoreW fell from the erly train about 10 miles this side of Loretto Sunday morning and broke his LICI Flu was Sound dtad be side tlib truck evrtal- 1iItrand I carried to Ljretto He has a sister living in Peoria wui wit n jtitjii ot hillOC rtu aeeudi g Hii5 huiiecJ in hUtilletuIrutrli n uiiy all the eiul nid AUS u wl informed man Ht caivii tiotliiog for m uev anu iuJe ttti pond H t wis hone iiil paidibli 1h deiiis and iset by all who KEICi tim writesnto report that Foley Rhine IIIIwi9h cured terrible case of kic ney and bladder truuble that two doe toes bad given up Sold by Wood Campbell IIBrllCe Head TheDanville papers havg miss Headfirmother was a beautiful blonde of Danville While Van Curt r was a student of Centre College IElliSl uation they were married and began life in Lebanon as editor Willasthe civil war broko out ho te came a feutler in the Union aryy When the war closed ho return ed in feeble health and soon af 11lhwo children of wljom John I arter uas one Inthoeotre of a few years Mrs Molliei Ellis Carter married Buscjrab Be d Jr a strong Union man ard Me thodist preacher who w stpDOnted postmrsier under a le publican administration and tiled in offIce leaving two children one of whom was Bruce Head After lillmr out her deceased husbands unexpired erid of plUce iis dead removed to Lou isvills her son Bruce being then abo6t ten years old He has fequeritly visited ins old home her jwlier he hasmany friends His half Brotfier Joiih B Carter who stands by him irfhfstrpubleat Pittsburg tias heroine rich as a railroad con tractor and recently pnrcbiased for his mother a handsome resi tleico on Eourthu venue in1 Louis tvihIe at jr1 i l1tt aI1lisusprusiFadriscrsTrc Jus kfr going to bed 1- Yb u will find on themorrcVt ili fYou arc rit of your iorrov Thats all just enough said rThese famous pills do totgrij but moye the bowels gently and easily tiyXjfj vTjVicleansing nect givescistre14tht tQ rtile giatsdcprt venting ret nJ of the disorder O J HaydonS Si s xrt i t HOSPITALITYII G g BY AVALTEK ATICE- 1 Copyright J l a4T A Tlee tI BtssIe Vlilthey Jtnn girls She I absolutely devoid of stjjitluiqnt so cool Un4 ilcuntfiyf Just us one might ix peel Hie inughterof political bbso be At school she never chtimmed much with the gzIsSbe kept an nc count book too and put down ever- ytrcutsddns fudges iflid everything as If she was working licr way thrptigb college Instead of being tIle daughter of a man chos made a fortune In poll tics Frank Jniueson bad tried to lJaugh down his pretty sisters vejiemewt pro tefits tie had even declarad it wits all Islheof his itlaucce the words rang in hIS ear and stood out boldly on the paper lie was tryjiig to rend He lived Over again that last evening ill New York when he had asked Bet ale Vhltijvy to be his wife Be re 1filSWas deeply Impressed by the sdrjous nbss of the moment Now he wondered lf It were true that she did notleel the d cp pacHloa that thrilled his whole being when she had whispered that nlmost Inaudible yes that she was IndifferentSHe tossoil aside his paper impatient- and glanced carelessly at his travel lug companion A middle aged man Clearly a stranger to his section of the country he leaned forward eagerly to study the scenery Jameson regarded the Intense expression with some amuscmcut Here was something to divert his unhappy trend of thoughts Perhaps youd like to sit next to the window lie suggested Pretty coun ftryt uloug here especially if youre In tcresfed In farming The stranger looked at Frank In surprise The unexpected courtesy somehow suddenly carried him west of the Allegheny mountains Thanks dont mind If I do he answered heartily Im Interested In farming all right Got as fine a quar ter section near Sterling Minn ever you saw- Sterling Wily know a fellow out there Jimmy Eckstroin was In my class at college Eckstrom Oh yes there Is an Eckstrom lives about two miles south of Sterling Their boy go to school with yotf- Vlth tbs entering wedge their ac quaintance broadened rapidly Be fore Jersey City was reached Jame son had heard all about the pioneer struggles of John Wilson of Sterling and Mr Wilson had been given some valuable pointers as to what sight WHIRLED PACE DES era wnxTiz seeing deserved his attention on this his first visit to the metropolis Aa they boarded the ferryboat Wilson remarked that he guessed hed stop nt Brown Jones Jnmeson smiled Yes be knew where Brown Jones wa and hed be only too glad to see that Wilson reached there safely Wilson cheap satchej In hand was making straight for the cabin marked Men ir Better take the other side sus gjpsted Jameson pointing to the Indies cabin Youll get a Better view of the harbor They bad not walked half the length of the cabin before Jameson realized that they were attracting attention They were an oddly assorted couple the stoop shouldered westerner in hit store clothes and rusty slouch hat and the dapper New Yorker clad ia raiment of London cut Jameson looked neither to the right nor left but felt conscious that amused femi nine glances were following their progress Wbatpfollowed never would have happened go Jameson declares If on that particular day George Raymond bod not worn a red tie But George and tiC tie appeared on the scene just Si meson was posting Wilson on the loofBjw of th ttatue of Liberty He cIaflpediameeonon the shoulder nnd eicialSicdl W hwein tile world have you been the lastfouripr five days Ive been down JthKoalfefhaif a dozen times Jnmeson tkiitijedgeei l the greeting then tnrned4hitmdtiet thE westerner whom Geurg7cidlng etirlonsly Mr WRub kiiow this ikstrons iii Sterling George You frufeinber Tim my Eckstrom Sure answered George feeling ab scuUy in lila pocket as if he had sudv dehly rememberATsoniethlng Say Fran loan me iljaunrter will you I havent a cOat or change nnd i vant to run up on the L Or better still change this twenty for me Cant do if old man You tnow sisters r dont do a thing to their older brpthers whbgbh6mejfpr a Visit Per haps Vr Wilson here might oblige But Mr Wilson suddenly stopped rapidlyiWiIhehad placed a good six foot between them and himseifbe exclahued1oJdl i yesburkostecrers1t Asl rook You dont shortchange roe I read ha papers j dpi KnoT Jlmmy TEckstromdoyoti tFghrj WIth flushed cheeks anti blajdng eye J meson tried to explain matters Itmirth1 tons wrath land be lignin raised his fPjIce in vigorous protestt Deckhands accompanied byn plain clot hca man suddeulennnvirl TWhats thlsV demanded the detec live Tryliiff to sljort ch ngei bunko nje yelled Wllspn There etnatlellow holding that twenty dollar bill Fbi other pneVas in the schmetoo The plain clothes mnn spoke quIetly but firmly Ybu hvoll h vetogotwlthme Jameson gasped Gp where To police headquarters The boat was touching the dock The color fled frpm Icwisons face Of i81ondemnlThe tcftlvc took It and smiled Canls even engraytHl onvs are cheap AJ11ttl Ibore yaa thejtweuty dollar bill in orja ji band could better proof bl tht11fI t Jani ou was rapidly losing hs tem- Per Welt dcnt gn step The old man was imlfttako Ve onO easily Identity oiirselves Jut going near police headquarters ugly look cauie Into the detec 1Au s eyes He started to speak when from the curious throng around them came the 8WlsiQf ifli line draperies and a small gloved hand wOe laid on tile detectives arm May l speak to you please Jameson whirled round to face Bee be Whitney dejectlve fir All a con Iale I The youiu Ily handed him card and the frown faded He bowed obsequiously and turned aside not without keeping one eye on his pro pectheprJsonl however Jame son hesitated betv jumping overboard and knocking tue detective down George was swearing softly at the Westerner and the crowd craning to see the nulsh of the little drama was pushing Its way the pier When the detective turned his face was wrentltnl in smiles guess this Is u mistake Theyonng man Morris Whitneys daughters eu gaged to aint turning confidence tricks He took he arm of the bewildered westerner nnd wall mvard the dock George started to teal a meson what he thought of the whole performance but Jameson was hurrying back through the ladles cabin Re had seen a slen tier figure In dark with tier face turneil steadfastly iiurd tIe Jersey shore They were the Instto leave the boat and that night Jameson wrbe to his sister its not always Hit simtimenul girl whos the bravest there tire two kinds cf sentiment liie slticr and some day 1hopc understand the sort that Bessie has mol shows Mildred ApuIoKT Mildred is Just a age of tire wiir ship says the New York Post She simply adores JDatJN espwlislly the fat headed crackly um s Mliiretl wor ships in secret as tli r ddyotves have worshiped etoren mamma Is uot tile hjgh prIestess lii Is the clestroy lug angel who SHl down extinguishes the altar flrV nd adiulsters a round slap MIldrt Tiad a Mthr the other day a proselyte and as soon us niauima went downstairs UE Six Years Old lighted the Urea his con misted In striking matches on Draw lug them out upon tl roof of ilicpiiz za where they bun ainaztiilv w11 on the shingles Whi Mlreocrhoulit both Mildred and you vlslsoi varied the devotion xerclsex liy t lug luniblcrfuls or uter upon we blazing matchstlcks Suddenly mamma ooped duvrn In accordai oe with an shI ptaVim ad Illlllst the Jlfor1 slilp Mill illM i ililrw had her supjVr In tie- dcxt dKIne was blitilen to npologixa for her misbehavior and this she did saying cIflI afraid uirti great mlstaki In having Cuthci IKTC yesterday Im sorry she ciuuf Ont Trial Warn ESBongh Man to large employer of labori Want any hands thIs morning sirl What have you IIPOII used to Making myself tiTaJly useful In u large factory Who for For the government slru Have you a good reference I was seven years nt the last plah Take a sent I think Ill give you a trial No thanks Tin st time 1 bad a trial I got seven yeats Good morn- Ing London TitBits The neat Poiittlon I see the new magazine Is uutr Yes end theyve got my Poem right next to advertising matterr Atlanta Constitution lie Woot One of te Two Undo George You are ajways com plaining about your wifes badtemper but you know It takes twoto make a quarreL Harry In tbIa caw the tWo are my wife and my wlffB mother Boston Truuscrlpt Orerplni uaelcis Confound if i ued the sallow dyspeptic in tin uPi row under his IIpPtItUSeInatea Jwn her thnn tiff going to 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